No single program of Catholic Charities could exist without financial contributions from individuals and organizations.
To help us continue our ministry to reach out to the marginalized, alienated, and the vulnerable in Southern Minnesota, send your donation to:
Catholic Charities of the
Diocese of Winona, Inc.
P.O. Box 379
Winona, MN 55987
There are a number of reasons to make a contribution to Catholic Charities. And there are almost as many ways to give as there are reasons; whichever option you choose, based on your financial situation and goals, your gift is an expression of your beliefs and interests.
Some of the more common methods of contributing to Catholic Charities are listed below. Catholic Charities, Diocese of Winona, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization; donations are tax deductible in accord with the Internal Revenue Code. All of the forms of giving listed have potential current and/or future tax advantages, so we strongly recommend that you consult with your financial advisor before making a gift.
Click here to view our FY2016 Form 990
Click here to view our FY2016 Financial Statements
Ways To Give
Cash (including personal checks, money orders).
Automatic Withdrawals. To authorize Catholic Charities to debit your bank account on a recurring basis for donations, please print the ACH Debit Recurring Donation Authorization Form, complete and mail to the address on the form.
Spirit Circle Pledges. Catholic Charities’ Spirit Circle is a select group of donors who commit to making a gift of $500, $1,000, or $2,000 or more as part of the Catholic Charities Annual Appeal. You may wish to spread your gift over an extended period. If so, we will send you periodic reminders. Click here to learn more about a Spirit Circle Membership.
In-Kind Donation. An in-kind donation is a gift of goods, services, or free help. Call any of our offices to volunteer or ask questions regard the donation of goods or services. The Refugee Resettlement Program as a list of items that they are in need of. Review their list here.
Planned Giving. Often, the most practical means of making a contribution is through a deferred, or “planned” gift. Such gifts can be an effective means of maximizing your support for Catholic Charities. Click here for information on making a planned gift to Catholic Charities.